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The lost and found girl / Catherine King.

by King, Catherine.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Sphere, 2011Description: 407 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1847443877 (hbk.); 9781847443878 (hbk.).Subject(s): Adoption -- Fiction | Twins -- Fiction | Yorkshire (England) -- FictionDDC classification: 823.9'2 Summary: Beth thought she had been rescued from a life of servitude by an offer of marriage from gentleman farmer Edgar Collins, but her future would be bleaker than she could ever imagine and married life was far from bliss. When the legitimacy of her twin babies with Edgar is called into question, the tiny infants are taken from Beth and sent far away. James is adopted by Edgar's uncle, the very wealthy Lord Redfern, master of Redfern Abbey. But little Daisy is sent to a cold-hearted childless couple who raise her to be a maid rather than a daughter...Summary: Beth thought she had been rescued from a life of servitude by an offer of marriage from gentleman farmer Edgar Collins, but her future would be bleaker than she could ever imagine and married life was far from bliss ...When the legitimacy of her twin babies with Edgar is called into question, the tiny infants are taken from Beth and sent far away.
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Beth thought she had been rescued from a life of servitude by an offer of marriage from gentleman farmer Edgar Collins, but her future would be bleaker than she could ever imagine and married life was far from bliss. When the legitimacy of her twin babies with Edgar is called into question, the tiny infants are taken from Beth and sent far away. James is adopted by Edgar's uncle, the very wealthy Lord Redfern, master of Redfern Abbey. But little Daisy is sent to a cold-hearted childless couple who raise her to be a maid rather than a daughter...

Beth thought she had been rescued from a life of servitude by an offer of marriage from gentleman farmer Edgar Collins, but her future would be bleaker than she could ever imagine and married life was far from bliss ...When the legitimacy of her twin babies with Edgar is called into question, the tiny infants are taken from Beth and sent far away.

Patron comment on 05/10/2015

I found this book very good to read. The story line was easy to follow. I couldn't put it down as I wanted to see how it ended. Was so glad it ended how it did. I do love happy endings. P.S. I would read "Catherine King" books again. Very good reading.

Lorraine.

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